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Opening Traps: en.lichess.org/study/2V1IrfUk
All variations in French Defense: en.lichess.org/study/VT8xHrej
Study about doubled pawns: en.lichess.org/study/JDivW7kn
Endgame Practice: en.lichess.org/study/iHbj6waL
Austrian Attack with 6.Bd3 for black: en.lichess.org/forum/team-lichess-chess-school-lcs/pirc-defense---austrian-attack-with-6bd3-for-black#1
Italian Gambit: en.lichess.org/study/fXEvK8lD
HOW TO WIN WON GAMES: en.lichess.org/forum/team-lichess-chess-school-lcs/how-to-win-won-games
1.Play logical moves. 2.Trade pieces. 3.Play with plan. 4.Do not close position. 5.Open position. 6.Attack!
https://en.lichess.org/study/0BP5sNhS - very good study about endgames!
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If you want to play Pirc Defense i reccomend you book ,,The Pirc" by Nigel Davies.
https://lichess.org/study/82lb1JZw/gVwWM3qQ In some variations white can play ,,for mate" after ...Bxf3 Rxf3 with next Rh3 and Qh4. White play Qe1 in all variations of Austrian Attack with 6.Bd3. B